List of Billboard number-one country songs of 2019

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Singers Dan + Shay
Dan + Shay began the year at number one on both Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay.

Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay are the two main charts that rank the top-performing country music songs in the United States, published by Billboard magazine. Hot Country Songs ranks songs based on digital downloads, streaming, and airplay not only from country stations but from stations of all formats, a methodology introduced in 2012.[1] Country Airplay, which was published for the first time in 2012, is based solely on country radio airplay, a methodology that had previously been used for several decades for Hot Country Songs.[1]

Both charts began the year with "Speechless" by Dan + Shay holding the top spot. It remained atop the airplay chart for the first two weeks of 2019 before being replaced by "Good Girl" by Dustin Lynch, and held the top spot on Hot Country Songs for a further two weeks before Dan + Shay replaced themselves at number one with "Tequila". The latter song broke the record for the longest time taken to climb to number one on the Hot Country Songs chart, reaching the top spot in its 54th week on the listing.[2] It reached the top of the chart more than six months after it had been number one on Country Airplay, and marked the first time for five years that an act had replaced itself at number one on Hot Country Songs.[2] In early March, Luke Combs reached the top of both charts with "Beautiful Crazy" and topped both listings simultaneously for seven weeks. Some sources, however, reported that "Beautiful Crazy" would have been replaced at number one on Hot Country Songs in early April by rapper Lil Nas X's song "Old Town Road" had Billboard not taken the decision to remove that track after its first week on the country listing, contending that it did not sufficiently fit the genre, an action which caused controversy.[3]

Three songs tied for the year's longest run atop the Hot Country Songs chart. "Beautiful Crazy" by Luke Combs held the top spot for eleven consecutive weeks, a figure matched by both "The Git Up" by Blanco Brown and the year's final number one on the listing, "10,000 Hours", on which Dan + Shay collaborated with Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber. Dan + Shay thus spent a total of 19 weeks at number one in 2019, the most by any act. "The Git Up" spent twelve weeks in total at number one but non-consecutively, being interrupted for a single week by "God's Country" by Blake Shelton. The seven-week run at number one on Country Airplay achieved by "Beautiful Crazy" was the year's longest unbroken run atop that listing; no other song spent more than three consecutive weeks in the peak position. Combs achieved two further airplay chart-toppers with "Beer Never Broke My Heart" in August and "Even Though I'm Leaving" in November. When the former song reached number one, Combs achieved the feat of topping Billboard's radio-based country chart with his first six singles, a feat no other act had achieved since the magazine began publishing a chart using that methodology in 1990.[4] In August Maren Morris reached number one on the airplay chart with "Girl", the first chart-topper by a female vocalist for 17 months.[5] The under-representation of female artists on the playlists of country radio stations had become a controversial topic; an academic study published earlier in the year found that between 2000 and 2018 the proportion of airplay on country stations for songs by women fell from 33% to 11%.[6]

Chart history

Singer Luke Combs
Luke Combs reached the top of both charts in early March with "Beautiful Crazy".
Singer Chase Rice
Chase Rice achieved his first number one with "Eyes on You".
Singer Maren Morris
"Girl" was a chart-topper for Maren Morris.
Issue date Hot Country Songs Artist(s) Ref. Country Airplay Artist(s) Ref.
January 5 "Speechless" Dan + Shay [7] "Speechless" Dan + Shay [8]
January 12 [9] [10]
January 19 [11] "Good Girl" Dustin Lynch [12]
January 26 [13] "Sixteen" Thomas Rhett [14]
February 2 "Tequila" [15] "Girl Like You" Jason Aldean [16]
February 9 [17] [18]
February 16 [19] "This Is It" Scotty McCreery [20]
February 23 [21] [22]
March 2 "Beautiful Crazy" Luke Combs [23] "Beautiful Crazy" Luke Combs [24]
March 9 [25] [26]
March 16 [27] [28]
March 23 [29] [30]
March 30 [31] [32]
April 6 [33] [34]
April 13 [35] [36]
April 20 [37] "Here Tonight" Brett Young [38]
April 27 [39] [40]
May 4 [41] "Make It Sweet" Old Dominion [42]
May 11 [43] "Eyes on You" Chase Rice [44]
May 18 "Whiskey Glasses" Morgan Wallen [45] [46]
May 25 "God's Country" Blake Shelton [47] "Love Ain't" Eli Young Band [48]
June 1 [49] "Good as You" Kane Brown [50]
June 8 "Whiskey Glasses" Morgan Wallen [51] "Whiskey Glasses" Morgan Wallen [52]
June 15 "God's Country" Blake Shelton [53] [54]
June 22 [55] [56]
June 29 [57] "Look What God Gave Her" Thomas Rhett [58]
July 6 [59] "Rumor" Lee Brice [60]
July 13 "The Git Up" Blanco Brown [61] "God's Country" Blake Shelton [62]
July 20 "God's Country" Blake Shelton [63] [64]
July 27 "The Git Up" Blanco Brown [65] "Some of It" Eric Church [66]
August 3 [67] "Girl" Maren Morris [68]
August 10 [69] "Beer Never Broke My Heart" Luke Combs [70]
August 17 [71] [72]
August 24 [73] "All to Myself" Dan + Shay [74]
August 31 [75] "Rearview Town" Jason Aldean [76]
September 7 [77] "The Ones That Didn't Make It Back Home" Justin Moore [78]
September 14 [79] "Knockin' Boots" Luke Bryan [80]
September 21 [81] [82]
September 28 [83] "Living" Dierks Bentley [84]
October 5 [85] "I Don't Know About You" Chris Lane [86]
October 12 "One Thing Right" Marshmello and Kane Brown [87] "Prayed for You" Matt Stell [88]
October 19 "10,000 Hours" Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber [89] [90]
October 26 [91] "Good Vibes" Chris Janson [92]
November 2 [93] "Love You Too Late" Cole Swindell [94]
November 9 [95] "Every Little Thing" Russell Dickerson [96]
November 16 [97] "What Happens in a Small Town" Brantley Gilbert and Lindsay Ell [98]
November 23 [99] "Even Though I'm Leaving" Luke Combs [100]
November 30 [101] [102]
December 7 [103] [104]
December 14 [105] "One Man Band" Old Dominion [106]
December 21 [107] "Remember You Young" Thomas Rhett [108]
December 28 [109] "Even Though I'm Leaving" Luke Combs [110]

See also

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External links

  • Current Billboard Country chart
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